An Islamic theological school in northern India is undergoing a major image makeover.
The teachings at the Darul-Uloom Deoband madrassa are said to have inspired tens of thousands of other seminaries across south Asia - but also groups such as the Taleban.
Now the school is trying to equip its students with 21st-Century skills.
The BBC's India Correspondent Sanjoy Majumder made a rare visit to the institute, which for years has been closed to the outside world.
Slideshow production Paul Kerley.